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Minnesota Aviation, Business & Information Technology College

Develop skills to last a lifetime

We provide the tools for you to enter your career with confidence and commitment.

Academy College is now featured on TheBestColleges.org, a website dedicated to helping students make the right decisions about college!

Aviation

Take full advantage of the Part 141 Restricted Program at Academy College and receive your Restricted Airline Transport (ATP) License at only 1,000 flight hours when graduating with a Bachelors in Commercial Aviation! Why is this important? Flight students who train outside of the restricted program need 1,500 flight hours to achieve an ATP License, and our bachelor’s program reduces that by 500 hours, and our Associates program reduces it by 250!

Another advantage for our aviation students? You fly the first week of school! No prerequisites or training needed!

Business

You want a business degree – and how about something extra? In the highly competitive career landscape, specialization and management skills are becoming even more important, and Academy College knows we need to address that circumstance for our students to be ready for hiring upon graduation.

With our new Business program concentrations in Project Management, Human Resources Management, and Aviation Management,  we do just that. You’ll receive the benefits of our bachelor’s in business degree and specialized skills to bolster your resume with an area of expertise for the competitive job market.

Information Technology

The world of information technology is changing weekly and it can be difficult to stay in-the-know on the current trends and skills needed to excel in an IT career. Academy College is here to help our students understand the current skills required to succeed in an IT job and set-up our graduates to enter the job market as a highly sought-after employee.

Our new Information Technology concentrations in Cyber Security and Cloud Computing are structured around the current landscape of IT and were designed with the input from IT hiring managers around the Twin Cities to ensure our students are learning today what they’ll need in the future.